Buren N.V., lawyers, notaries and tax lawyers ("Buren"), is pleased to announce the appointment of Dirk Leermakers as resident partner in its Luxembourg office. The appointment of Dirk Leermakers reflects the rapid growth of the firm in Luxembourg and will further strengthen the practice in Luxembourg.
Dirk Leermakers specializes in Luxembourg - and Belgian - corporate and financial law. He was in charge of the Luxembourg offices of Stibbe and Loyens & Loeff. Dirk is admitted to the Bar in Luxembourg, Brussels, Belgium, and in the States of New York and California, and represents multinationals, private equity and hedge funds in (inter) national transactions.
Cees-Frans Greeven, partner Buren: "Luxembourg is and will remain one of the major financial centers of Europe. Since 2014 we assist our international clients in Luxembourg and we see further growth in the demand for comprehensive legal and tax services in Europe. Dirk Leermakers brings to the firm considerable expertise and has an impressive track record in the areas of transactions, finance, capital markets and securities law. With his specific experience he can advise our clients on these issues. I am pleased to welcome him as resident partner."
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